With our plasters, we consistently pay attention to the use of high-quality materials that can be used to create or support a healthy and pleasant indoor climate. Our WEM clay plasters are used indoors to create appealing surfaces.
Our WEM clay plaster system consists of the primer, the universal plaster for plaster layers up to 23 mm thick (per plaster layer) and the fine plaster.
We have optimised our plaster systems for wall heating. The plasters are an important component of the wall heating system. They ensure optimum heat transfer from the surface of the heating pipes to the wall surface, from where the heat is radiated into the room.
The heating power data of our wall heating systems only apply in combination with WEM plasters.
WEM clay universal plaster (DIN 18947 - LPM 0/2 f - SII -1.8) is specially tailored to the requirements of wall heating and is characterised by very good heat storage and heat transfer properties.
The universal plaster can be applied in one operation in a thickness of 5 - 23 mm. It is therefore equally suitable for plastering our Climate Grids and the Climate Pipe System as well as for interior plastering without wall heating. Relatively short fibres of 10 mm and aggregate grain sizes of 0-2 mm enable good processing. Due to its homogeneity, the reinforcing fabric can be optimally worked in and an even surface achieved.
The plaster can be used as a single or multi-layer machine plaster in the entire interior. It can be applied by hand or with standard plastering machines.
The optimised formula gives the plaster high strength. This was documented by very good results in the areas of pressure and abrasion resistance in the DIN 18947 test.
Our clay fine plaster (DIN 18947 - LPM 0/1 f - SII -1.8) is used to create fine surfaces.
It is applied as the last layer on the clay universal plaster or used for filling the Climate Panels and clay building boards. Sisal fibres and quartz sand ensure high abrasion resistance.
Depending on the time of processing with trowel or sponge board, smooth or structured surfaces can be produced.